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on befor just $399.osturepedic. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. keep more presidents in your wallet. sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. >>> we're back with the astronaut mark kelly. we had completed the interview but during the commercial break he told me something fascinating that i wanted all of our viewers to hear about as well. mark, you're a retired astronaut but your brother scott is still an astronaut. >> yes. >> you were over at the white house, you came here to "the situation room" from a meeting with the president, gabby giffords, your wife. and you spoke about your brother a little bit. tell us about what that conversation was about. >> we talked about the president about the hearing and talked about my brother getting ready to go into space for a year. >> a year? >> a year. a while ago we decided we needed to send an american into space instead of for six months, which is a typical increment on the international space station, we're going to double that and do a year-long flight and that person is going to be my brother scott. he's st
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